Yes.. One of the most important things to do before searching for a home using a Voucher. Those who granted you that voucher also have a list of available homes. If you need additional help then contact a REALTOR in the area of your choice. Only Then ....... more
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The best thing to do is to speak with a lender like myself. That credit score and those lates can make it hard to get a mortgage so speaking with a experienced lender like myself is what it will take to get you the financing that you need. In order to figure if I can help you a lot more information will be needed so give me a call or email if you would like help. Well I hope this helps! If you have any further questions or if you need a loan, feel free to contact me. Also, if you found this helpful please leave me a recommendation if you can! Good Luck! Brian Nguyen Sr. Mortgage Banker NMLS # 659743 Phone: 949.667.2887 firstname.lastname@example.org... more
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The listing agent works for the seller. His license requires that he work in his clients best interest. No agent can work for the seller's best interest and your best interest; too many of your best interests are directly opposite from each other. Always, always, always use your own agent. 9 times out of 10 the seller is paying a commission to the listing agent, who will pay a part of that commission to your agent through what is called a cooperative agency agreement. There is never a situation where using the sellers agent will benefit you - the only person it will benefit is the sellers agent, who will keep the cooperative payment that your own agent, who would be working in YOUR best interest, would have been paid. Most people buying homes need their agents advice and opinion - if you work with the sellers agent the most service he or she can offer you will be information and assistance. You need your own agent - real estate transactions can be complicated things and you need someone working for you, and you only. If you call the listing agent and let them work both ends of the transactions many times in the end you'll be sorry you did.... more
The internet picks up almost every listing that goes on the market for sale. So when searching for properties for sell hire a Realtor of your choice. He or she can show you any property on the market for sale.
Because most Real Estate companies pays so that the seller property is marketed throughout the internet and other agent knows what's for sale in a particular area?
You need to speak with a mortgage lender to determine your options.
You may qualify for a mortgage through the usual channels and you need to know what is needed to get approved. If you are a nurse you have a good income so that should not be an issue If you have no money down there are assitance programs that can help you like PHFA If there are credit issues they may be fixed. If you have a recent foreclosure or bankrupcy, trying to get any financing is going to be very difficult. I think looking for private money at those rates is unrealistic as private investors are looking for a good return on their money.
If you are looking at foreclosed homes homepath has some interesting options.
If you are looking for renovation financing that is completely different type of loan altogether.
You need to provide more information and if you do not want to do it here you need to speak with a mortgage lender to see what your options are.